The majority of the NCPC staff are detailees from Intelligence Community agencies, as well as the Department of State, the Department of Defense, and the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories.
NCPC does not duplicate the functions already performed by the individual Intelligence Community agencies. Instead, NCPC provides overarching leadership to integrate the efforts of the Intelligence Community to meet policymakers' counterproliferation priorities. This includes all issues, ranging from analysis and collection to interdiction.
NCPC has four directorates, each lead by a Deputy Director:
- WMD - Security
- Interdiction & CP Facilitation
- Intelligence Integration
- Resource Management & Investment
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